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1 Lord of the Flies English IV Fletes Name: Date: Lord of the Flies Vocabulary Chapters rapt 2. dispersal 3. conch 4. aromatic 5. errant 6. incredulous 7. gesticulate 8. contrite 9. recrimination 10. communion 11. apprehension 12. enmity

2 Chapter 1 The Sound of the Shell 1. Who is the author? 2. What is the problem at the beginning of the novel? 3. What are the names of the first two characters introduced? 4. What is the setting of the novel? 5. Describe Ralph. 6. Describe Piggy. 7. What do Piggy and Ralph find? How do they use it? 8. Who is Jack Merridew? 9. Whom do the boys elect as chief? Why?

3 10. For what will they use Jack s choir? 11. Which three boys go on the exploration of the island? 12. Describe Simon. 13. Why couldn t Jack kill the pig? 14. Even though Jack couldn t kill the pig, he vowed that next time there would be no. 15. Are there any adults on the island? Chapter 2 Fire on the Mountain 1. When the boys meet, who has the right to speak? 2. What does the conch symbolize? 3. What story does the little boy with the mulberry-colored birthmark tell? 4. How will they attempt to be rescued? Who suggested it? 5. Who led the boys up the mountain to start the fire?

4 6. How will they light the fire? 7. What do the glasses represent? 8. Who will keep the fire lit? 9. The boys come from the country of. 10. What happened on the mountain? Chapter 3 Huts on the Beach 1. Jack feels the compulsive need to. 2. Simon implies that the island is. 3. Why were snakes not mentioned or mentionable? 4. Ralph sees the need to. 5. Where had Simon gone when he left the beach? 1. tacit Lord of the Flies Vocabulary Chapters malevolent

5 3. implication 4. mutinous 5. diffident 6. incantation 7. inarticulate 8. ecstatic 9. assertion 10. ludicrous 11. ineffectual 12. effigy Chapter 4 Painted Faces and Long Hair 1. What does Piggy symbolize? 2. The younger boys are referred to as. 3. Which one of the boys has been missing since the night of the great fire? 4. What does Roger s stalking Henry symbolize? 5. What is a taboo?

6 6. What things are taboo to Roger? 7. Why do the boys smear themselves with clay? 8. What does the painting of the hunters faces symbolize? 9. What effect does the mask have on Jack? 10. While Jack and his group are gone, what happened to prevent the boys rescue? 11. Who broke Piggy s glasses? 12. Why were the glasses important to the group? 13. Describe how the boys killed the pig. Chapter 5 Beast from the Water 1. When Ralph calls the assembly, he discusses what he considers to be the group s major problems. What are they?

7 2. Why does Ralph believe the rules should be followed? 3. Who said, What are we? Humans? Or animals? Or savages? What s grown-ups going to think? Going off hunting pigs letting fires go out and now!? 4. What does Piggy tell Ralph about Jack? 5. Which two boys want Ralph to continue being chief? 6. Piggy fears that they will soon turn into. Chapter 6 Beast from Air 1. What is the beast from the air? 2. The beast was seen by. 3. Do Jack and Ralph find the beast? 1. corpulent Lord of the Flies Vocabulary Chapters iridescent 2. ritual 3. cynicism 4. clamorous

8 5. inaudible 6. derision 7. anonymous 8. decorum 9. antagonism 10. sage 11. status Chapter 7 Shadows and Tall Trees 1. Simon tells Ralph, You ll get back all right. What does that statement imply? 2. When does Ralph get excited about going hunting? 3. Which three boys climbed the mountain at night looking for the beast? 4. Who went to tell Piggy? 5. Did they find a beast? Chapter 8 Gift for the Darkness 1. What happened between the boys?

9 2. Who suggested moving the fire from the mountain? 3. After building the new fire, whom do the boys realize is missing? Where have they gone? 4. How does Jack s group decide to solve the problem of fire? 5. After Jack s group killed the pig, why do they leave the gift? What is the gift? 6. Who hears the Lord of the Flies? 7. What is the Lord of the Flies? 8. What does it tell Simon the beast represents? 9. What is happening to Simon? Chapter 9 A View to a Death 1. What is the beast? 2. Who found it? What did he do? 3. When Simon entered Jack s camp to tell the boys about his discovery, what happened to him?

10 1. ensconce Lord of the Flies Vocabulary Chapters ferocity 3. propitiate 4. purge 5. composite 6. ululate 7. impenetrable 8. inimical 9. theological 10. talisman 11. rebuke 12. quaver Chapter 10 The Shell and the Glasses 1. In the conversation between Robert and Roger, what do they imply a proper chief does? 2. Does either Ralph s or Jack s group admit to killing Simon?

11 3. Why does Jack imply that the beast is still alive and that Ralph s group will attack them? 4. Why did Jack s tribe raid Ralph s camp? Chapter 11 Castle Rock 1. Who is responsible for killing Piggy? 2. Jack claims to be chief when the gets broken. 3. Why does Ralph run from Jack? Chapter 12 Cry of the Hunters 4. How did Jack s tribe force Ralph out of hiding? 5. How was Ralph saved from Jack and the Hunters? 6. For what three reasons did Ralph cry after his rescue?

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